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ABC
Jul 20, 2012 5:30pm EDT
the coasters, you are by sky rush, we got zoo america, the chocolate tour, we have a falcon, i'm with elain with zoo america and our good friend, yoshi. are you happy to be on the news? >> he is quiet today. >> he is happy and grinning >> reporter: murray, you are doing fine, too. tell us what people can experience here at zoo america. >> thank you. zoo america is a north american zoo. you can see over 70 different species of animals that can be found on our continent. everything from bears, mountain lions, bald eagles and more. >> reporter: tell us about the falcon, this is an endangered species. >> it's not on the federal list anymore. that's a good thing. they've made a tremendous come back. they are still considered to be endangered in the state of pennsylvania. this is the fastest bird in the world. they have been clocked at over 150 miles per hour. all the way up to 200 map. 200 miles per hour? >> this is faster than hershey park's new ride , the sky rush. >> reporter: thank you so much for binging out our good friends here, again, it's something that you can come see. alligators, fal
CNBC
Jul 10, 2012 9:00pm EDT
of humility. this is tom perkins' own personal mega-yacht, the maltese falcon, the world's largest privately owned sailboat -- what one magazine called "a big boatload of ego." >> somebody has to have it, right? >> "someone -- someone has to do this. why not me, right?" >> why not me? >> [ laughs ] when i first saw the boat, it was moored off the coast of italy. >> isn't she beautiful? >> she's also a technological breakthrough. the masts stand 192 feet tall, weigh 25 tons each, and are made of carbon fiber. >> the b-1 bomber is made out of carbon fiber. except for the american air force, i've purchased the most carbon fiber of anybody ever. >> on board, the boat is no less spectacular... >> there you go. you're aboard. >> ...or over the top. on a scale of 1 to 10, it's a 12. you know, i'd never had the sense of how long the boat is until now. >> it's your typical football-field-sized yacht, you know? >> [ laughs ] inside, there were two 1,800-horsepower engines, 11,000 square feet of living space, and his crew of 20 includes a gourmet chef and a team of stewards and stewardesses. >> keep th
FOX
Jul 20, 2012 5:30pm EDT
weeks... ron eudy... has been targeted by a flock of falcons... near... one of the homes... on his route...//.neighbors say... they're trying... to protect their nest.../.but ... the birds... don't seem... to bother anyone else...//. after... several days... of dodging birds.../ eudy ... thinks... he figured out the problem. :22 "i switched hats and when i wear this blue one they don't come after me, so it's something about this hite helmet. i don't really know what it is." eudy doesn't see the birds... as enemies.../. he's also fond of the white helmet... since it doesn't show much dirt after the falcons have eaten. 3 that's all for fox45 news at 5:30."family feud" is next. next.and we'll be back tonight for fox45 news at ten -- and the late edition at [ molly ] wash your paws, mr. man! [ female announcer ] think your kids are getting a dependable clean -in the bathroom? -[ gasps ] [ female announcer ] think again. try charmin ultra strong. for a clean that passes inspection with fewer pieces left behind. its diamondweave texture is soft and more durable
FOX
Jul 20, 2012 5:00am EDT
!for the past 2 weeks... ron eudy has been targeted by a group of falcons near one of the homes on his route. neighbors say... they're trying to protect their nest. but the birds don't seem to bother anyone else.after several days of dodging birds... eudy thinks he figured out the problem. :22 "i switched hats and when i wear this blue one they don't come after me, so it's something about this white helmet. i don't really know what ii is." eudy doesn't see the birds as enemies. in fact... he's actually grown quite fond of them... which may be a goodd thing since they've seem to have become a part of the neighborhood. it's the second highest position in the land. land.this is a big effing deal. but find out if being vice president is really a job worth having. having. homicide of young people in america has an impact on all of us. how can we save these young people's lives? as a police chief, i have an opportunity to affect what happens in a major city. if you want to make a difference, you have to have the right education. university of phoenix opened the door. my name is james craig, i am c
SFGTV2
Jul 11, 2012 10:00pm PDT
. that was thought to be scandalous. but the lady falcons, they didn't care. they were a group of seven married women who went bicycling. they would finish their ride, rest in the long seats there in the clubhouse. they started having dinner parties there. they became quite fashionable. and they sort of tricked it out with all the victorian fill debris they could cox up -- filigri they could come up with, japanese fans, curtains, cushions it became sort of a fashionable, bohemian thing to do that other people took up the idea, rented these clubhouses from sutro, and many of them were -- there were superior court judges, clerks who rented these. it was sort of a weekend get away. there were all sorts of cars lined up on the great highway. again, these people were renting. so they can't do too much to the cars. they can kind of fix up the inside. but the outside pretty much has to stay the same so they do look like old horse cars or street cars on the great highway. this car in the center was mrs. gun's. mrs. gun ran a restaurant there with permission. she was sort of like the soup nazi on "seinfeld."
ABC
Jul 20, 2012 12:00pm EDT
, he has delivered mail while having to dodge a group of falcons. the birds are protecting and nest and do not seem to bother anybody else, just him, and usually when he wears a hat. >> when i wear the blue one they do not come after me. it is something about the white one. they are taking care of that baby up in the nest, doing their natural thing. >> my advice? where the blue one. those birds can fly well over 100 miles per hour. >> good advice. still ahead, a final look at the weather. >> also, we will have the latest on the deadly shooting at the movie theater [ romney ] i'm mitt romney, and i approve this message. [ male announcer ] when a president doesn't tell the truth, how can we trust him to lead? the obama outsourcing g attacks: "misleading, unfair and untrue." there was "no evidence" that mitt romney shipped jobs overseas. candidate obama lied about hillary clinton. so, shame on you, barack obama. [ male announcer ] but america expects more from a president. obama's dishonest campaign: another reason america has lost confid
ABC
Jul 24, 2012 6:30am EDT
to the media throughout the week. the first preseason game is august 9th against the falcons. mt is transforming from a football field in to a football field today or like soccer if you are in the u.s. it's in preparation for the match between the hot spur and liverpool football clubs saturday. employees are laying down the turf all day today, the game starts at 1:00. >>> time for five things you need to know on this tuesday , the man who doctors claim has been cured of hiv is speaking at the international aids conference in dc. he went through chemo and radiation. scientists are hesitant to call this a cure for hiv. >>> ex-brother-in-law of jennifer hudson is in court today. ball >>> no sugary drinks here today, especially when you want to hydrate yourself. 69 degrees for a dew point. these are the dew points, the measure of the moisture in the air, the higher they are, when you get in to the 60s. 70s, feeling it. feeling oppressive. 70 frederick also winchester. 72 culpepper and 72 easton. it's going be soupy outside. right now temperatures coming in around 75 degrees ocean cit
CBS
Jul 21, 2012 6:00am EDT
, not even birds can stop one postal worker from delivering the mail. look at this, this is a falcon attacking that may carrier. the postman figure out that they only bother him when he wears his white helmet. he is going to wear his blue one instead. why white? >> a chestnut more something. >> what happens when a falcon attacks you. really, a falcon. seriously. no kids. yes. we have proof. [ laughter ] >>> that's the first hour of our saturday morning show there. is another hour of eyewitness news straight ahead. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> good morning. coming up next on eyewitness news saturday morning -- a shooting inside of the colorado theater. we have coverage with the latest on the shooter and victims. >> good morning, everyone. the massacre in colorado, leads to increased security across the country. i'm monique griego. coming up -- >> good morning. i'm meghan mccorkell. a traveling medical technician who worked here in maryland, is linked to a hepatitis outbreak in new hampshire. federal officials are saying that he spread the infection. >> taking a live look outside over baltim
ABC
Jul 27, 2012 4:55am EDT
for the ravens. they take on the atlanta falcons abc2 news has you covered. that game will be on abc2 starting early thursday evening august 9th with a pregame show leading up to the kick off. time to start the 5:00 hour. >>> now "good morning maryland." >>> heavy -- have you seen this man he is wanted in connection with the kidnapping of a baseball legend's mother. and breaking news this morning a two alarm fire in randallstown early while you were sleeping. the mess those living there are dealing with as dozens of firefighters help knock down the fire. and if you've been dying to try a new restaurant in baltimore city this may be the week to do it. summer restaurant week kits off -- kicks off today a live report on this friday, july 27th. good morning i am charley crowson. this guy is licking his chops come on. >> lynette is here with weather. >> give me your fork and point me in the direction because i love restaurant week. >> you need a bib. >> -- bib. >> we have the storms last night. >> yes. we got storms and i am going tosay that's a good thing because we needed the rain. it was not a w
CBS
Jul 7, 2012 6:00am EDT
to talk about the safari shuttle and a tiny falcon. >> it's time to roll up your sleeves and save a life. we will be back at the red cross when eyewitness news saturday ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> welcome to eyewitness news saturday morning. it's 7:46, 80 and hazy. it has dropped like a stone. >> and only getting worse from here unfortunately. call it like you see it. >>> calling all blood donners. it's time to head back to the american red cross. >> with supplies low the american red cross needs all the volunteers it can get. wjz is live at the american red cross. we're joined by katie turner. good morning. >> good morning. >> you've got a drive going on right now and a case of supplies being dangerously low. >> yes. we actually do have -- we're at emergency levels for our blood supply right now. we have issued an appeal for donners of all blood types to come out, hour we're particularly looking for type o and be right -- and b. >> you mentioned before why donations are low. fill us again in, please, why you need such help this time of year. >> one of the key factors is the fact people
CNN
Jul 25, 2012 9:00am PDT
falcons says he is fighting to free syria from more than 40 years of dictatorship of the assad family and new recruits are coming everyday. do you want to fight? >> yes. >> reporter: against the government? >> yes. >> reporter: that is why you came back to syria? >> of course. because he has killed everyone. he has killed my cousin, he's destroyed my village, my home. >> reporter: 23-year-old man came home from a job in dubai to start his own brigade of rebels. he brought a bag of radios and cameras and sniper scopes he bought with his own money. >> reporter: this is for war. you are going to fight with them? >> yes shgs, i know. but i go to war for myamily, my country. >> reporter: brave talk from a young man who has yet to step foot on the battlefield. this rebel chokes back tears while he talks about his friend ki killed in aleppo a few hours ago. >> we must fight bashar al assad. >> reporter: after burying his friend, it is back to the battle. you will go back to fight? >> tonight. tonight. >> reporter: tonight to aleppo? >> tonight. >> reporter: ivan watson, cnn, reporting from n
FOX News
Jul 23, 2012 3:00pm PDT
states intervening in the falcons dispute unnecessarily. with the undercutting of the missiles defense and with israel, the tension obama generated. all romney has to do is show up and that will make a statement. i will stand with our friends and oppose our enemies and the implication will be unlike the president. >> all right. we'll leave it there. next up, following another colorado massacre, the politics of gun control. [ male announcer ] what if that hemorrhoid pain is non-stop to seattle? just carry preparation h totables. discreet, little tubes packed with big relief. from the brand doctors recommend most by name. preparation h totables. the anywhere preparation h. this is the plan that revolves around you. introducing share everything. unlimited talk. unlimited text. and a single pool of sharable data that powers up to 10 devices. the first pl of it's kind. share everything. only from verizon. add a smartphone for just $40 monthly access. i hope that over the next several days, next several weeks and next several months we all reflect on how we can do something about some of the
KRON
Jul 19, 2012 4:00am PDT
a speech? zoey deshenel, edie falcon, tina fey, julya louis dre yfous and amy poland alec baldwin and jon cryer, larry david and jim parsons and now the completions here is, bruche. >> the nominations in a comedy are the big bang theory, curb your enthusiasm, girls, modern family, 30 rock, and veep... thank you for your participation this morning. there is a complete list on our website. >> there you have at. very popular shows. that is going to be tough. >> did and the nominations surprise you? >> a couple of shows i do not watch. >> we will be right back. baldwin >> good morning. some of our big stories. mirkarimi will take the stand. for the first time they have seen each other. she was asked why she has made that video. >> the clock was ticking for a planned eviction. this is complaints from nearby residents with a string of grass fires. >> and this chase ended that send to people to the hospital late last night. they decided that it was not safe to continue. the car continued and collided with another car. the suspect has been are rested. >> let us take a look at our forecast. >> go
CBS
Jul 26, 2012 6:00pm EDT
they play the falcons in atlanta. nfl training camps have opened up around the country. notable, among them, peyton manning, with the new team the denver broncos. it's a new start in the comeback for manning am -- manning. he is in denver after 14 years with the colts. manning is expected to pick up the broncos passing game, which is the second worst in the passing game. broncos will play coming up in december. >>> there is afternoon baseball. orioles in action to wrap up their seariy -- series with the tampa bay rays. o's in need of a good game, as they brought a three-game losing streak into today's action. camp day. at camden yards. the kids looking for erntsz tainment. oriole his scored just three runs total in the last three games. chris davis matches that total with one swing in the fifth inning. into the gap, with the bases loaded. all three runners score. part of a five-run, fifth inning. and that scoring outburst held up, thanks to good pitching. chris tillman would come in. he started through, six innings. that snaps that three game losing streak. the surprising oakland a's will c
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2012 8:00pm EDT
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CNN
Jul 25, 2012 8:00am PDT
of a rebel group that calls itself the syrian falcons tells me he is fighting to free syria from more than 40 years of dictatorship under the assad family. and new recruits keep coming every day. you want to fight. >> yeah. >> reporter: against the government. >> yeah. >> reporter: that's why you came back to syria. >> yeah, of course. because he's killed everyone. he's killed my cousin. he's destroyed my village. he's destroyed my home. >> reporter: this 23-year-old man came home from a job in dubai to start his own brigade of rebels. he brought a bag full of radios, cameras, and sniper scopes he bought with his own money. >> all of this is for war. you're going to fight with this. >> reporter: ayyeah, i know but go to war for my family for my country. >> reporter: brave talk from a young man who has yet to set foot on the battle field. this rebel veteran chokes back tears while talking about his friend killed in aleppo just a few hours ago. >> we must fight bashar assad. >> reporter: after burying his friend it's back to the battle. you will go back to fight? >> tonight. >> reporter: tonigh
CNN
Jul 17, 2012 6:00pm PDT
. he was on top of the world as the star quarterback for the atlanta falcons. a record $130 million contract. millions more in endorsements. but it all came crashing down in 2007. when the police raided the house he owned and uncovered an illegal dog fighting r ining ri. he spent 18 months in prison. he declared bankruptcy in 2008. and was released from prison the following year. now he's the starting quarterback for the philadelphia eagles. did he ever expect to make such a spectacular comeback? he tells the story of his long road to redemption in his book "finally free, an autobiography." michael vick joins me. welcome. >> thanks for having me. >> what does "finally free" mean? >> the title speaks for itself. i think finally free. frame of mind, you know, free in the body, free in the soul. ready to take that step forward and, you know, leave the past in the past. something that -- i wanted to do a long time ago. from the time i picked up the pen and started writing the book. so now it's here. finally coming to true wish. >> what did you learn about yourself? when you finished the
CNN
Jul 17, 2012 11:00pm EDT
quarterback for the atlanta falcons. a record $130 million contract. millions more in endorsements. but it all came crashing down in 2007. when the police raided the house he owned and uncovered an illegal dog fighting ring. he spent 18 months in prison. he declared bankruptcy in 2008. and was released from prison the following year. now he's the starting quarterback for the philadelphia eagles. did he ever expect to make such a spectacular comeback? he tells the story of his long road to redemption in his book "finally free, an autobiography." michael vick joins me. welcome. >> thanks for having me. >> what does "finally free" mean?
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2012 9:00am EDT
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CSPAN
Jul 4, 2012 1:00am EDT
the decision was going to be. >> can you reveal the code words? [laughter] >> summon and falconer. [laughter] >> it is really simple. upfold all, uphold mandate, throw down all, throw down mandate, premature. once mark got to the correct part of the decision and saw it, he relayed the code words to me. i repeated it back to him. i had in mind the football game where the referee misses what the guy says who calls it in the air. i wanted to be sure i completely understood what mark was saying, that we were using the right code words. literally, all of this happened in a minute. we filed. we split the decision. he read the majority opinion. i read the dissent. we ran from there. >> some members of the press can sit in the courtroom, in the press gallery, which is on the left-hand side, facing the justices. usually, they get up and leave as soon as the decisions are being handed down, even though the court may go on to other business, like the supreme court bar, which can take an eternity. but there is also a press room one floor below, which has a speaker. you can hear the audio. as the decisio
CSPAN
Jul 7, 2012 2:00pm EDT
? [laughter] >> summon and falconer. [laughter] >> it is really simple. upfold all, uphold mandate, throw down all, throw down mandate, premature. once mark got to the correct part of the decision and saw it, he relayed the code words to me. i repeated it back to him. i had in mind the football game where the referee misses what the guy says who calls it in the air. i wanted to be sure i completely understood what mark was saying, that we were using the right code words. literally, all of this happened in a minute. we filed. we split the decision. he read the majority opinion. i read the dissent. we ran from there. >> some members of the press can sit in the courtroom, in the press gallery, which is on the left-hand side, facing the justices. usually, they get up and leave as soon as the decisions are being handed down, even though the court may go on to other business, like the supreme court bar, which can take an eternity. but there is also a press room one floor below, which has a speaker. you can hear the audio. as the decisions are handed out, the public information office will pass out c
CBS
Jul 27, 2012 7:00am PDT
, these fighters who call themselves the sham falcons have accomplished something very significant. they pushed government forces back and carved out an area of rebel control in the hills. their leader is an islamic scholar. thanks to god, he said, we currently have between 6,000 and 7,000 fighters. it has not been easy. the stark landscape is pock marked with the scars of heavy fighting. but there are no, s syrian army members left in this area. it is known as free syria. they fought inch-by-inch to hold the territory using rocket-propelled grenades to stop heavily armored vehicles. but now they want to take their battle forward. the regime tried to send its 1/3 managed to reach it, he said. yesterday alone, we destroyed more than 30 armored vehicles. since the beginning of the uprising, the government has cast the revolution's religious extremists as terrorists, a charge that this devout muslim who studied in saudi arabia denies. our only ambition is to create a state of justice and rights, he said. these rebels still have a long way to go. the syrian military is throwing everything it has at
KRON
Jul 9, 2012 7:00am PDT
the fall a pretty we are tracking the fog . for the san francisco international airport in the falcon is causing a delay. -fog we will keep you updated on the kron 4 morning is pitted. does mostly that this is a red area with the couple's '60s. and by the afternoon future test for shows increased green yellow and orange couldn't hit that of the '60s '70s and '80s. and then by 3:00 p.m. allot of the green will be back closer to the coast line and the majority of the bay area will be in the '70s and '80s kid we will see the red pot up and that will indicate some possible nineties couldn't i do not think we will see any nineties in the south bay. it looks like santa clara will be 82. i think we will see 92 for failed fairfield. it will be the mid-70s for castro valley. we will see a good mixing of '70s and '80s and then north bay appeared. your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast as that tamara it will jump up a few degrees. by wednesday and is expected to be the warmest day of the week went triple digits. would be schleicher weather for wednesday but we will see the return of morning
CBS
Jul 27, 2012 7:00am EDT
themselves the falcons, have accomplished something very significant. they've pushed government forces back and carved out an area of rebel control in the hills of jeb ella za wa. their leader is an islamic scholar. thanks to god, he said we have between 6,000 and 7,000 fighters. it has not been easy. the stark landscape is pock marked with the scars of heavy fighting. there are no syrian army troops left in this area. to opposition members, it's known as free syria. abu issa and his men fought inch by inch to hold this territory using rocked propelled grenades to stop armored vehicles. this is no longer enough. now they want to take the battle forward. >> the regime tried to send its army to aleppo less than a third managed to reach it. yesterday alone we destroyed more than 30 armored vehicles. since the beginning of the uprising, the government has cast the rebels as religious extremists and terrorists a charge that abu issa a devout muslim who studied in saudi arabia denies. our only ambition is to create a state of justice and rights he said. these rebels still hav
ABC
Jul 24, 2012 7:00am EDT
throughout the week. first preseason game, august 9th, against the falcons. football season is almost upon us. cannot wait. join us on facebook. we want to know what you think. we'll back in 25 minutes. ♪ >>> this is a "good morning america" summer concert series. we'll show you that. singing the number one hit, karmin and dragonette. rocking your morning. and sam was right about this crowd out here. >> and they're getting the summertime concert. >> i can't hear. hi! hello! >> another concert on friday, no doubt, is going to be here, taking center stage. a lot of hits coming up. >> and you, too, robin roberts. i think you're kind of funny yourself. but lisa and her husband take something seriously -- well, that did when they had to lose more than 100 pounds together. so we're going to talk to her about how they did it, why they did it, what it felt like to do it. >> they did it together. that's more in line, i'd say. >> maybe it's something we can do in the afternoon. >> there's so much coming up, it will be a g"good afternoon america" in just a couple hours and hard core pawn to find ou
CSPAN
Jul 15, 2012 9:30pm EDT
of antarctica to be the first humans in history to reach the south pole. one, led by robert falcon scott, the other led by a norwegian. they left within days of each other in the same year. same environment, same conditions, but have radically different outcomes. uncertain and dangerous environment. amundsen t there first, scott got their 34 days later. the first team made back safe, scott and every member of his team died. 11 miles from a supply depot. same environment, goals, conditions, and radically different outcomes. the difference has to be in the behaviors and decisions, and the ways it dealt with them. we found that companies and leaders who did really well were like amundsen and not scott. they had fanatic discipline and creativity, and very productive paranoia. what i would like to chat about is the difference. this idea called the 20 mile march. imagine that you want to get to the other side of the country, walking from san diego to maine. you have two approaches -- one is that i will go as far as possible when the weather is good, and i will sit in my tent when the weather i
CNBC
Jul 2, 2012 6:00am EDT
these folks. dimon, falcone. is bob dimon next? >> i think so. >> why? >> he was always kind of disliked. he's the swaggering american who came in, you know, reportedly quit his job because he was dissatisfied with his $8 million bonus at -- first boston? >> i thought the brits loved americans, no? >> they do until they sdrcrew u. then they can be like, you, get out of here. it's all your fault. >> they were nothing before dimon came here. he put barclays on the map. they're looking a gift horse in the map. >> he's also been very vocal. >> you're looking at -- >> but how does he run both jpmorgan and barclays? >> right. >> but they are sort of the same thing. both really loud. they're both really -- >> i think that's -- i don't know. i think that's shameful. i mean, did he not put barclays on the map here? he did an incredible job building that business here. that's why he got to be ceo. >> and they scooped up that mess. but i think that this is -- >> an $8 million for a banker is not a huge bonus, either. to the brits -- >> well, this was in 1995, so it was bigger then. >> but he hasn't bee
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2012 8:00pm EDT
, we got the falcon 1 to orbit. then, began to scale it up to falcon 9, with an order of magnitude more thrust, around a million pounds of thrust. we managed to get that to orbit, then developed the dragon spacecraft, which recently docked to the space station and returned to earth. [applause] that was a white knuckle event. [laughter] it was a huge relief. i still cannot believe it actually happened. yet, there's more to happen for humanity to become a multi- planet species. it is vitally important. and i hope that some you have will participate in that at spacex or other companies. it is really one of the most important things for the preservation and extension of consciousness. it is worth noting that earth has been around for 4 billion years, but civilization in terms of having writing is only about 10,000 years, and that is being generous. so, it is really somewhat of a tenuous existence that civilization and consciousness has been on earth. i am actually fairly optimistic about the future earth. i do not want to give the wrong impression like we are all about to die. [laughter] i
CNN
Jul 25, 2012 1:00pm PDT
of a rebel group that calls itself the syrian falcons tells me he's fighting to free syria from more than 40 years of dictatorship under the assad family. and new recruits keep coming every day. you want to fight? >> yeah. >> against the government? >> yeah. >> that's why you came back to syria? >> yeah, yeah, of course. because he's killed everyone. he's killed my cousin. he's destroyed my village. he's destroyed my home. >> reporter: this 24-year-old came home from a job in dubai to start his own brigade of rebels. he brought a bag full of radios, cameras and sniper scopes he'd bought with his own money. all of this is for war? you're going to fight with this? >> yeah, i know. but i go to war for my family, for my country. >> reporter: brave talk from a young man who has yet to set foot on the battlefield. this rebel veteran chokes back de tears while talking about his friend killed in aleppo just a few hours ago. >> we must fight bashar al assad. >> reporter: after burying his friend, it's back to the battle. you will go back to fight? >> tonight. >> reporter: tonight? >> tonight. >> repo
CSPAN
Jul 5, 2012 10:00am EDT
] so we got it to orbit, then began to scale that up to the falcon line, which is more thrust, 1 million pounds of thrust. we managed to get that to orbit and then develop the dragon spacecraft, which recently was able to dock and return to earth from the space station. [applause] thanks. that was a white knuckle the event. -[laughter] i still cannot believe it actually happens. it was a big relief. there's a lot more that must happen to be on this in order for humanity to become a spacefaring civilization. it is vitally important. i hope that some of you will participate in that either at spacex or at other companies, because it is one of the most important things for the preservation and extension of consciousness. it is worth noting that the earth has been around 4 billion years. civilization at least in terms of having right thing has been around 10,000 years. that is being generous. -- having writing. a tenuous existenc that civilization and consciousness have been on earth. i am fairly optimistic about the future of earth. i don't want people to get the wrong impression we
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